Redragon, an online video conferencing platform for Mac, Linux and Windows, is coming to Mac.
It is the first time the company has launched an online conference platform.
“We are thrilled to bring Redragon to Mac users,” Redragon chief executive Stephen Moore said.
“With over 300 million sessions logged across a total of 1,000,000 sessions across 30 platforms, the platform is the perfect choice for businesses that value quality, speed and security, along with a wide range of other features.”
The platform has an active user base of over 10 million users, Moore said, and more than 30,000 conferences have been created.
The company will roll out Redragon for the Mac in a future release.
“Redragon for Mac is one of the most highly anticipated events in the industry,” Redrakter Chief Operating Officer Matt Riddle said.
“[It is] a perfect example of the kind of user experience Redrak is built to support.”
The conference software is free to use and has been downloaded more than 20 million times, Moore told the crowd.
“The platform has a robust community of over 20 million users,” Moore said in the video announcing the launch.
“This is the most important release of Redraker to date.”
The company has partnered with the conference service to develop a free app called Redrakit that will allow the users to view all of the conference sessions on their Macs, and it is available for download.
“Our mission is to build an experience for anyone to be able to connect, share, and collaborate with anyone,” Moore added.
The Redrakite app allows the user to view the conference in its entirety, including both in-person sessions and on-demand.
Users can set up their own private session to access the sessions, which can be shared with others.
The platform also provides a search engine and a search page.
The conference platform will be available on the Mac starting next week.